tv KPIX 5 Noon News CBS June 24, 2016 12:00pm-12:31pm PDT
,, ,, financial markets hit hard news the the u-k will leave e-u. your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. a historic vote sends shock waves around the world. the uk is leaving the eu. i'm brian hackney in for kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. you can see the impact here at home. the dow is in a downward trend,
down 559 points. >> ther tina kraus on the outcome -- reporter tina kraus on the outcome that forced british prime minister david cameron to resign. >> reporter: "brexit" reporters celebrated when word came down that great britain was leaving the 28-nation european union. >> the sun has risen on an independent united kingdom! >> reporter: the vote was a massive defeat for prime minister david cameron who announced he would leave office in october. >> i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination. >> reporter: the british pound was down to a 30-year low and stock markets around the world plummeted. voters to backed leaving the eu say they will have more control other trade, immigration and other economic issues. >> there is no need in the 21st century to be part of a federal system of government based in brussels that is imitated nowhere else in the world.
>> reporter: president obama said the united states respects the voter's decision and our partnership with britain will endure. leaders across europe are expressing concern the french president calling it a painful choice. the eu is losing western europe's top military power with nuclear weapons and the world's fifth largest economy. analysts say it could take at least a few years for the separation to be finalized. tina kraus, cbs news, london. >> and let's chat with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. jason, tell us about the impact here in the u.s. >> reporter: michelle, if there's one thing hates it's uncertainty and there's a lot of it with the "brexit." first impact u.s. banks getting hammered as many of the big banks such as goldman sachs and others have significant presence in the uk. london is a major financial center. if those banks want to continue using special financial passport privileges in the eu, they will have to move a lot of
those employees and offices into eu cities to keep those privileges. that's going to be costly. banks don't have very big profit margins right now. >> all right. jason brooks from kcbs radio, thank you. president obama is on the stanford campus today reacting to the news out. uk and kpix 5's keit do is live at the entrepreneurship summit mr. obama addressed the vote. >> reporter: he did talk about "brexit" very briefly at the beginning of his remarks. we'll get to that in just a bit. but the crowd just got out. mr. obama spoke since 11 a.m. for an hour solid. he was on stage moderating a panel with mark zuckerberg this morning. he says that the summit is close to his heart and that it's his last one as a sitting president. he says they have been able to help and support 17,000 entrepreneurs around the world in the past 7 years. mr. obama announced several new partnerships with big name mentors as well as $100 million fund to invest in worldwide startups. he was here to talk about innovation, dreaming bringing and entrepreneurship but he did
start the talk with "brexit." he said he spoke with former prime minister david cameron and is confident the exit from the eu will be orderly and also said nato will stay united. >> but while the uk's relationship with the eu will change, one thing that will not change is the special relationship that exists between our two nations. that will endure. the eu will remain one of our indispensable partners. i believe in you. and america believes in you. and we believe that you have the talent and the skills and ambition not just to pursue your dreams but to realize them that you can lift up not just your own families but communities and countries and create opportunity and prosperity and hope for decades to come. that's the promise that we see in all of you. >> reporter: as for the summit itself, it's held in a different part of the world every year and this time it's drawn more than 1,000 entrepreneurs from 170 countries to the birthplace of modern innovation sillicon valley. mr. obama called for more
diversity since only a fraction of venture backed startups are run by women or minorities. president obama encouraged them to collaborate with the u. [ non-english name ] is working on an education startup. he says hearing the president's remarks gives him confidence. >> found a lot of people their ideas and my ideas so i think, um, u.s. is a good place to start with in business and having corporation or partnerships. >> reporter: does it make you feel welcome when he said that? >> very much. yes. yes. i feel like a friend. we feel very welcome. and we love this country. so thank you very much for having us. >> reporter: yeah. and next year the summit goes to india and for now president obama's headed to seattle for more fundraising. live at stanford university, kiet do, kpix 5.
>> the. the presidential candidates weighing in on the uk's vote to leave the european union. donald trump is in scotland at one of his golf courses. >> they took back his country. that's a good thing. people that you don't want or people you don't think are appropriate or good for your company you won't have to take. >> hillary clinton's campaign released this statement. this time of uncertainty underscores the need for experienced leadership in the white house to protect americans, to support our allies to stand up to our adversaries and to defend our interests." remember, you can follow all the financial situation around the world online at cbssf.com. nearly two weeks after that orlando shooting at a gay nightclub, pride events in san francisco are set to kick off tonight. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the civic center plaza with the powerful message underscoring this weekend's festivities. anne. >> reporter: this is where they will have a lot of the celebrations. they have been putting up
barriers, fences and porta- potties for all day celebrations tomorrow and sunday. but yeah, as you mentioned, this year's "pride" celebration takes a different tone after orlando less than two weeks ago. >> i think the message is resilience, that even in the face of that tragedy, we are going to go on and we are going to be strong. >> reporter: san francisco's "gay pride" celebrations could draw as many as a million visitors and unprecedented security measures including about 25% more officers on the streets some undercover monitoring the crowds. people attending pride festival celebrations at civic center plaza will have to go through security screening, bags larger than 18 by 18 inches won't be allowed. >> this weekend is just a reinforcement for us to come together as a community and be proud and be strong and show that we are in solidarity with each other. >> reporter: dolores park is getting ready to host the start of the weekend festivities where the transgender march kicks off at 6 p.m.
tonight. and tomorrow, volunteers will install the one acre pink triangle after the nazis used a tray triangle to mark homosexuals during the holocaust as this weekend's celebration pace homage to how far the lgbt community has come. >> gratified about the progress and then also being, you know, somewhat concerned that we may chain it and that we still have a long way to go. >> reporter: the city's department of emergency management has set up a text messaging system. if you want to get in on that you text the word "lettersf" all one word to 888777 and you get a text from them if there's a big emergency from them this weekend. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. sunday also marks one year since the supreme court decision legalizing same-sex marriage. it made last year's "pride" parade even more special but for the people who launched the
legal battle, it was a long time coming. >> it takes it all back to the reason john and i started this fight. to live up to our promises and i owed it to him to see this through. >> reporter: still working to overturn the decision, protestors plan a protest march in washington, dc this weekend. raiders defensive end aldon smith will be back in court today. his attorneys are trying to get evidence thrown out in an upcoming hit-and-run trial. police say smith had been drinking when he hit a parked car in santa clara from last august. the victory in court for lyft drives. a federal judge in san francisco approved a lawsuit settlement that would award $27 million to current and former lyft drivers. that's about $142 for each of the 163,000 drivers. the settlement must be finalized before a u.s. district judge. a warning to people wearing chain necklaces. san francisco police say they are seeing a rash of robberies in chinatown and the tenderloin mostly targeting asian women. police say the robber often
attacks a woman from behind or distracts her by asking a question right before committing the crime. coming up, homes burn in the path of a kern county wildfire. what firefighters fear from fast-moving flames from two fronts. >> and big news on the future home of the george lucas museum. what the award winning director has decided about his location. >> good gorgeous friday afternoon. i'm roberta gonzales in the kpix 5 weather center. and that right there looking out towards sutro tower. we had fog there just 30 minutes ago. it is now wiped away. we'll talk about the beaches and the hazards that you need to know about as the news continues. we'll be right back. ,,
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reporter danielle nottingham on the san gabriel complex fire that's now burned 7 square miles. >> reporter: flames devoured dozens of homes and other buildings around the town of lake isabela. >> i have never been in a wildland fire where i have seen so many homes burned. >> reporter: a fire captain reportedded the devastation live on facebook. >> never get to see something like that. >> reporter: it started thursday afternoon with temperatures in the announce and single digit humidity quickly growing to 8,000 acres. adding to the danger, many houses have propane tanks. >> that's another tank taking off there. >> reporter: in just a matter of hours, the fire climbed three ridges into communities considered to be at a safe distance. >> come this way until it hit over the hill and went so fast. >> reporter: several thousand people were ordered to evacuate. >> it was like driving into the apocalypse. just driving into hell. >> reporter: fire devoured this home and there's still 1500
homes in the path of the fire. crews say saving them will take everything they have. hundreds of firefighters are working the fire from the ground. at least 3 were hospitalized for smoke inhalation. helicopters air tankers and retardant dropping aircraft are fighting the blaze from above and they are not getting any help from mother nature. forecasters say the hot, dry weather will stick around through the weekend. danielle nottingham, cbs news, lake isabela, california. >> more than 1,000 firefighters are fighting the san gabriel complex fire. flood victims in west virginia were allowed to return home today. nine inches of rain in just 16 hours caused flash flooding that killed at least 14 people including an 8-year-old boy. ruptured gas lines caused some homes to burst into flames. homes, roads and power lines washed away during the storm. the governor declared a state of emergency. and a large oil spill is being cleaned up in a ventura county canyon. a pipeline rupture dumped
30,000 gallons of crude oil. the spill is contained to land and not leaks into the ocean. this is the 11th spill for crimson since 2006. the cause is under investigation. good news for fans of george lucas. his museum might come here after all, just where it belongs. the museum's board of directors making the announcement this morning saying extensive delays in chicago and clashes with friends of the park, that's a group there, prompted the change. treasure island is a new possible site for the museum. and a golden state warriors fan is now revealing how he got into game 7 of the nba finals in oakland without a ticket. university of texas student micah pogue is a photoshop expert. that's all you have to be. he created a counterfeit police pass complete with photo, fake numbers and bar code. didn't matter. he posed as a staff member of the bleacher report, security personnel did not question him. >> i note that they recognized that it wasn't intend -- i hope
that they recognize it wasn't intended to be malicious and no one gets fired. i was just trying to observe the historical significance of the game. >> well observed. after a while, he stopped playing the part of reporters, bought a jersey, went to the nosebleed section and watched the game. another hot ticket made more accessible to san francisco kids. the rockefeller foundation is donating $6 million so 100,000 students can get tickets for just 10 bucks to see the musical "hamilton" and will get to interact with the cast. "hamilton" comes to san francisco next march. all right. on that note, i thought brian was going to talk to you but he said no. >> you know, brian has been talking to me for years. >> we do it differently on the weekends, roberta. >> we're heading to the coast, everybody, where the coast is clear. good afternoon. let's take a look from the cliff house to ocean beach where currently the low clouds and fog is scrooped out of the area after being so socked in
this morning. look at these temperatures. 63 degrees in san francisco. right now through 79 degrees in santa rosa, 76 degrees in redwood city. the other side of the story happens to be the crazy winds out of the west-northwest at 14 in san francisco. 15 at sfo. across the bay slight winds upstream to the fairfield area, ten-mile-an-hour winds. these winds will be all over the place. pretty variable throughout the day. ten to 20 miles per hour. what i mean variable, look at a northerly wind across the north bay and northeasterly across the eastern portion of our bay area. our weather watcher this afternoon, hi, charlie! he says summer is here! it's 80 degrees in vallejo. thank you, sir, for checking in with us today. when it is summertime, you want to head to the beach but there's a hazard you need to know about. we have a small craft advisory in place and where this yellow area, that's where we have some very strong rip currents and the possibility of sneaker waves.
we had an expansive marine layer early this morning that's now backed off and actually we are going to be fog-free tonight. look at our futurecast. we dope have any low clouds. no fog, no return of the marine layer until about late saturday night into the overnight hours. travel weather, this getaway friday, 65 monterey bay. 90s throughout the central valley where currently it's 78 in sacramento going up to 75 in the high sierra. we have temperatures from the 60s through the 70s into the 80s into the low 90s, sunset tonight 8:36. you're going to see it fog-free. here's your extended forecast: triple digits through wednesday. fair skies for the san francisco "pride" celebration going on this weekend. 73 degrees. >> it's going to be hot. >> it's always hot. >> always hot. >> always hot for the "pride" parade. >> yeah. all right. this is cute. we have our favorite young puppy in today. this is cody. dr. jill chase has some summertime tips for pet owners next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
this i cody. jill, it's good to see you again, summertime and pets. >> so with the warm weather, i know we talked about this before. remember to make sure they have plenty of water and a cool place to be. [ squealing ] >> and never, ever ever leave them in the car. right? because it gets way hot. [ whining ] >> too hot. >> okay. >> so -- yes. [ whining ] >> what is cody thinking about? >> he wants his mom! that's it. >> so the other thing i have been meaning to talk about for years now is riding your bike with your dog on a leash. so i know people do it all the time. and there are some dogs that are super energetic and it's fine but the reality is that dogs really want to please their owners. [ dog whining ] or they die. so we want to make sure that when we're -- you have to go very slowly just so that they have the opportunity to keep up with the owner. we don't -- if someone were riding a bike and you were on
a leash you wouldn't have a chance to regulate how fast or slow you want to go. so please be mindful of that. it's important because your dog can get overheated. a lot of people run little dogs oleashes. bad idea. >> you know who used to do that? [ laughter ] >> when i was in high school and really i did it at gilroy and i'll never forget this. a guy pulled over in my car and said are you out of your mind? why don't you get off your bike and run around the block like you're doing. the dog was fatigued and it was a bad idea and i'll never forget that. >> another thing, i went to a conference this week and one of the talks they brought up an important piece of information about when you bathe your dog and you live in a hot area, the water in the hose can be 180 degrees! run it out first. you can burn the top of the dog's back and you won't see it for about two or three days. >> wow. >> okay. so it's very important to run that water out. >> until it's cool. >> exactly. >> so i'm happy to be able to tell you that. >> good news for cody. the show is almost over! he will be reunited with jan in just minutes. we want to invite all you pet lovers send us your questions
the show the dow was down 550. it's now down about 630 points. and, of course, this follows the historic vote that the uk will leave the european union. >> this is also following the fact that yesterday they had their best day since march so what goes up must come down and the next phrase you'll be hearing is bargain hunting. >> i already looked at mine. prices go down big time. >> good to know. >> all right. >> have a great day.
>> caroline: i know that you don't want to hear this, but thomas is right. >> ridge: wait, wait. what are you saying? we decided. we told everyone that he's my kid. >> caroline: right. because we thought that we were doing the right thing. but we weren't. and it's time to admit that. and it's time to just tell everybody that thomas is douglas' father. >> brooke: hope says hello. >> katie: oh, i've been meaning to call her. i'm sure she has a lot to say about wyatt and steffy's marriage. >> brooke: mm, we didn't get into that topic. i don't think she wants to be choosing sides. >> katie: that's smart. bill certainly has. >> brooke: chosen sides? >> katie: yes. he made it very clear that liam is to back off. steffy and wyatt made a commitment to each other and that's that. we have to respect it. yeah, i'm proud of him. you know, he stood up for his